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QUESTION SET #1 1 Question Set #1 Marianna Mabanag Motor Learning - KIN 320 Dr. Francis 07 February 2019
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QUESTION SET #1 2 Describe Gentile’s two stage model of learning. There are multiple stages of learning that has been proposed in many different ways. But Gentile proposed a specific two-stage model that introduces all of the necessary key components for clinicians to keep in mind when they design intervention strategies. Gentile created a model of learning that shows two stages. This model emphasizes the goal of the learner as well as the influence of both the task and environmental characteristics that affect the ability to obtain the wanted goal. It begins with the “Initial Stage” that includes the performer understanding and getting the idea of the movement down. In this first stage, the individual is able to acquire the necessary movement and coordination patterns that consist of regulatory and non-regulatory conditions. After the Initial Stage, the individual should have the full capability of now adopting the necessary movement patterns. The individual should also be able to increase the consistency they have when achieving their goal. Lastly, the person is able to perform the movement goal effortlessly.
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